An improved second order radiating boundary condition for use with non-uniform grids in the finite difference time domain method

EM Daniel, C J Railton

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Abstract

Mur's second order Radiating Boundary Conditions were developed for use with uniform grids in homogeneous media only. This paper shows that the algorithm can be adapted for use with non-uniform grids and inhomegeneous media in the boundary plane. Reductions in the order of 80% of memory and CPU time have been achieved for the model of an infinitesimal dipole between and infinite substrate and superstrate, compared with a model using a uniform grid.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication21st European Microwave Conference, 1991
PublisherMicrowave Exhibitions & Publ Ltd
Pages547 - 552
ISBN (Print)0946821429
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1991

Keywords

  • FDTD

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